Wipro to hire over 1,000 professionals in Germany

12th June 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, June 12, 2013: Wipro Ltd. , today announced the expansion of its operations in Germany. Wipro plans to triple its employee strength in Germany over the next three years, by hiring over 1,000 professionals.

Wipro has been supporting customers in the German market for over ten years. Today, the company serves more than 30 customers in Germany, supported by over 500 employees. Wipro’s customers in Germany include a global automotive company, an European utilities major and one of the largest telecom companies in the country, among others.

Rajat Mathur, Chief Sales and Operations Officer – Growth Markets, Wipro said, “We believe that Germany is one of our focus geographies that will play a significant role in driving our future growth and are delighted to substantially increase our investment in the region.”

Wipro has a three-pronged strategy for Germany. “We are making investments in building strong domain knowledge in key growth verticals and are hiring local talent with strong delivery and program management capabilities. We continue to strengthen our new business hunting approach in order to build a strong and structured pipe-line of business opportunities for the next 3 – 5 years,” Rajat added.


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